Back to school season already? Keep the family a priority.

In many places around the country, school’s just around the corner. It’s hard to believe, but the summer is (thankfully!) nearing the end, and for families with kids, a new school year means a whole new way of organizing your time, commitments, and priorities. Together, we at the Life Skills Network have written a back (read more…)

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How to be disorganized & unproductive, #1: don’t enjoy your job

This is the sixth and final part to a six part series here on Simple Mom. Photo by Konstantin Sutyagin Now stick with me on this one, because you’ll probably roll your eyes at the computer screen at first. In fact, this was the only key to disorganization and unproductivity that no one guessed when (read more…)

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How to be disorganized & unproductive, #2: aim for perfection

This is the fifth part to a six part series here on Simple Mom. Photo by Carson Coots Are your expectations for your home so high that you find yourself not bothering to clean, organize, or decorate at all because you feel it’s just not worth it? Even on a smaller scale, do you find (read more…)

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How to be disorganized & unproductive, #3: have too much stuff

This is the fourth part to a six part series here on Simple Mom. Photo by Karl Sinfield Stuff. Do you have too much of it? A lot of us do. And it’s a surefire way to keep you spinning in circles at home. If you have too much to pick up, look for, clean (read more…)

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How to be disorganized & unproductive, #4: don’t plan your time

This is the third part to a six part series here on Simple Mom. Image courtesy of Ohdeedoh We’re all given 24 hours in a day, so why does it seem like some people can accomplish so much? There are seasons in everyone’s life, to be sure, and a mom with children at home are (read more…)

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